In helping to boost local SMEs in the country, Suzuki Philippines has recently tapped the booming agricultural business and local micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) of Lucban, Quezon. Through its colorful Pahiyas Festival, the Japanese car brand were able to showcased different variants of Suzuki’s first entry into the light commercial vehicle (LCV)—Super Carry.

Equipped with Euro 4-certified DDiS Turbo Diesel-engine, the Super Carry can support the load required for different business needs such as cargo and people transport with the Super Carry Cargo Carrier, Cargo Van (CV), Utility Van (UV) and Jeepney Body (JB) variants.

Shuzo HoshikuraGeneral Manager of Suzuki Automobile, said, “It is with great pleasure that we are able to participate in this year’s Pahiyas Festival and showcase the workhorse that is the Super Carry. Suzuki Philippines has always aimed to offer economical yet great-value products that cater to Filipinos’ diverse commercial and personal needs, and we could not be more proud to venture into the LCV segment with the Super Carry. With this, we hope to power more businesses, in particular MSMEs, in a manner that also cares for the environment.”

Aside from the huge display, Suzuki offers “Libreng Sakay” initiative, which enables festival-goers to experience first-hand features and functions of the Suzuki Super Carry.

Designed to deliver enhanced operational productivity, uncompromised performance and fuel efficiency, the Super Carry certainly can  meet the logistic demands of Philippine MSMEs.

Last year, Suzuki Super Carry was recognized as the 2016 Best Commercial Utility Vehicle by the Car Awards Group, Inc. It comes with different body types perfect for diverse business logistics needs at the following price points: Super Carry Cargo Carrier P479,000; Super Carry Cargo Van (CV) P529,000; Super Carry Jeepney Body (JB) P550,000; and Super Carry Utility Van (UV) P565,000.